Havergal College & The Havergal College Foundation Impact Report 2019-20
HAVERGAL COLLEGE & THE HAVERGAL COLLEGE FOUNDATION REPORT IMPACT 2019 – 2020
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING Antonietta Mirabelli EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ADVANCEMENT & COMMUNITY RELATIONS Tony di Cosmo MANAGER, STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS
& INITIATIVES Alison Crocker GRAPHIC DESIGNER Kate Whelan CONTRIBUTORS Yvonne Chow Jennifer D. Foster Andrew McKay Shannon Wainman Anna-Kaisa Walker Lisa Zanlungo
THANK YOU We would like to thank those members of the Havergal community who shared their stories, as well as those who have generously donated to the College. PRIVACY OF INFORMATION Havergal College is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. Havergal’s Privacy Statement is available at www.havergal.on.ca/privacy The information contained herein may not be published without permission from Havergal College. NOTE Every effort was taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained within this report. We apologize for any errors that may have occurred in the listing or spelling of names and ask that you advise us by calling 416.482.4707.
GOVERNING BODIES & FOUNDATIONS
THE HAVERGAL CIRCLE 29
For more than 125 years, our Havergal community has existed through extraordinary shifts in technology, politics and culture. We have been there through major world events, national tragedies and local challenges. While no one could have predicted the events of 2020, what was always certain is how our community would respond. In this report, we look back on the year that fast-tracked our development in every possible way — from utilizing new technologies to expand our learning remotely, to bold thinking that enabled us to respond quickly in an unforeseen global crisis. We continue to be appreciative of the many contributions of our volunteers. Groups such as the Havergal College Parent Association (HCPA) lead the way in creating a comforting atmosphere for our families, despite disruptions this year. The Havergal Old Girls Association (HOGA) continues to keep us connected with our past, as we carry forward the College’s new Strategic Direction, Havergal 2020+: Future-Proofing the Next Generation .
Our donors also remain vital pillars of our community. The completion of our landmark Limitless Campaign is now in sight, and our beautiful new buildings opened this fall. We started 2020 with news of the largest gift in our College’s history, made possible by the generosity of the Dovigi family, who named the new wing in our Junior School. It has been an incredible period of giving, and we thank all of our donors for their compassion and extraordinary dedication during this unprecedented time. We hope you enjoy reading about the many successes of our 2019 – 20 fiscal year and our community, who continues to make all girls’ education a priority. Thank you for your continued support and philanthropy.
Martha Cohen Simmons 1999 Former Chair of the Havergal College Board of Governors, September 2017 to September 2020 Co-Chair of the Havergal Limitless Campaign
It has been an incredibly busy, impactful and rewarding first year at the College. Learning the culture and understanding the rich history that underpins our community has been very meaningful to me. This year, we faced many new challenges, each of which found us demonstrating resilience and compassion, whilst also presenting us with new opportunities for learning and growth. I greatly appreciate all of the support and feedback I have received from parents and students alike, as we navigate uncharted waters. I also appreciate the philanthropic support of each and everyone acknowledged in this report, and I urge our broader community to consider making an investment in our students — the future generation of leaders. Through our Strategic Direction, Havergal 2020+: Future-Proofing the Next Generation , we are preparing our graduates to become confident global citizens, who pursue their passions and thrive beyond the ivy walls. The Limitless Campaign has brought to life our vision of delivering leading programs in spaces that inspire learning. The achievement of completing construction on our new buildings has allowed us to welcome students
back to campus, with exciting new opportunities for discovery, learning and the ability to reach their potential. This aspirational project has extended the footprint of our facilities, giving us exceptional spaces to deliver a range of cross-disciplinary programming. My sincere thanks to every donor who helped the Limitless Campaign come to fruition. However, there is still work to be done. This is a pivotal time in the capital campaign, as we have not yet reached the finish line. Having raised $18 million toward our $21-million target, we need the continued support of our generous community to ensure the College can upgrade its facilities for optimal health and safety, as well as facility redesign, in alignment with the Strategic Direction. As the leading school for girls in Canada since 1894, Havergal shapes young people to become emerging leaders. The College’s supportive and stimulating learning environment, coupled with a new strategic direction, will ensure that students are equipped with the tools they need to lead with purpose and thrive in uncertain times. We cannot thank you enough for your efforts in helping to support our vision.
Catherine Misson Principal, Havergal College
06 HCPA 47 53 HOGA MEMBERS GRADE REPS
HAVERGAL COLLEGE PARENT ASSOCIATION
HAVERGAL OLD GIRLS ASSOCIATION
YEARLY EVENTS ALUMNAE 12 182 + 10,000 + VOLUNTEERS
GOVERNING BODIES & FOUNDATIONS
Havergal College Board of Governors The Havergal College Board of Governors is responsible for the overall stewardship of Havergal College. The Board sets broad policy directions through strategic planning and goal-setting and ensures the financial sustainability of the school. The Board is responsible for appointing the Principal, to whom it delegates authority over the administration of the school and matters of curriculum and staffing. The Board oversees the school and remains at arm’s length from the administration. Governors 2019 – 20 • Martha Cohen Simmons 1999 , Chair
The Havergal College Educational Foundation Inc. (U.S.) The Havergal College Educational Foundation Inc. (U.S.) was incorporated in 1977 in New York to allow U.S. donors to make gifts to Havergal. The U.S. Foundation makes grants to The Havergal College Foundation in Toronto to support the programs and activities of the school. Directors 2019 – 20 • Cynthia Rutherford 1998 , Chair
• Helen Horgan Servick 1992 • Louise Park MacMillan 1972 • Raymond P. Reichert
• Martha Fell 1987 , Vice Chair • Michael Meneguzzi, Vice Chair • Pam Bryant • Barbara Callander 1979 • Ian Chen • Betsey Chung • Sarah Coombs 1990
Council of College Trustees The Council of College Trustees was established in 2017 to encourage and recognize outstanding contributions to Havergal College and to provide advice to the directors and the Principal on the achievement of the corporation’s mission and on the strategic objectives, affairs, financial health and stability of the corporation. Election to the Council of College Trustees (the “Council”) is considered the highest recognition that can be bestowed and is intended to foster a permanent connection between the recipient and the school.
• David Dal Bello • Jill Fraser 1987 • Alison Glober • Farah Ismail 1996 • Diane Jefferys • Gregory Pardy • Debbie Simpson
Trustees 2019 – 20 • Susan J. Ditchburn
• Albert Wang • Brian Wynn
• Alan Hibben • Ann Kerwin • Fraser Latta • Barrie Laver • Eden Oliver 1978 • Susan Perren • Jennifer Thompson • Wendy Thompson 1967 • Priscilla Winn Barlow • Susan Wright Goooderham 1974
The Havergal College Foundation The Havergal College Foundation receives and invests donations intended for Havergal College infrastructure, student assistance and other programs. It oversees the investment of funds raised by the Havergal community, ensuring that the assets of The Foundation are invested in a prudent and effective manner. The Havergal College Foundation is a registered charity under the Income Tax Act (Canada) and, as such, is exempt from income taxes and may issue receipts to donors for income tax purposes. The Foundation is incorporated as a corporation without share capital under the laws of Ontario, and its Board of Trustees is independent of Havergal College. Trustees 2019 – 20 • David Dal Bello, Chair • Sarah Bull 1989
• Derek Flood • Kevin Foley • Amy Gaskin 1986 • Mariam Marandi 1993 • Brad Radin • Jeremy Walker • Allyson Whyte Nowak 1986
Profiling Our New Board Members 2020 – 21
Lexi Ensor Ms. Ensor (Class of 2013) joins the Board as Chair of the Havergal Old Girls Association (HOGA) Governance Committee. Since graduating from Havergal, she completed a Bachelor of Arts with an Honors Specialization in Political Science from Western University and is currently working as a Management Consulting and Public Affairs Consultant at StrategyCorp, a Toronto- and Ottawa-based consulting firm. She works with clients from a broad range of sectors, including not-for-profit organizations, municipalities and health care, delivering strategic planning, governance, service delivery and public affairs support. Rob Frank Mr. Frank is a partner in the Toronto litigation group at Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP. He has more than 25 years of experience in corporate and commercial disputes. Mr. Frank has represented major Canadian and multinational companies over a broad range of issues, including private international law disputes, shareholder disputes, environmental claims, takeover bids, plans of arrangement, and regulatory and business matters in the energy sector. Mr. Frank obtained his Bachelor of Science (Honours), Bachelor of Civil Law, Bachelor of Common Law and Master of Law from McGill University. He has a daughter in the Upper School and two daughters who are graduates of Havergal. Luzita Kennedy Ms. Kennedy is Managing Partner at PulvermacherKennedy & Associates, a legacy boutique firm that specializes in transitioning family and non-family businesses to the next generation. She is a Chartered Accountant with more than 17 years of experience in public accounting and was a Partner in KPMG’s Advisory Practice, working with multinational insurance companies, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), real estate development companies and financial institutions. Ms. Kennedy grew up in a family business environment and joined the family business to manage its financial operations. She also spent two years volunteering in Mozambique, which she described as a transformative experience on all levels. Ms. Kennedy joins the Board as an independent Governor. Brad Radin Mr. Radin joins the Board as Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Havergal College Foundation. He has more than 25 years of experience managing global equity portfolios at Radin Capital and previously with Templeton Investment Management. Mr. Radin is the recipient of a Morningstar Canadian Investment Award and a Lipper Award. He is a CFA charterholder and holds three degrees from Western University: a Bachelor of Science, an Honors Business Administration (Ivey) and a Master of Business Administration (Ivey). Mr. Radin is married to Old Girl Dr. Stephanie Young (Class of 1986), and they have three children, including twin daughters in the Upper School.
With special thanks to our retiring Board Members
Betsey Chung since 2014
David Dal Bello since 2016
Farah Ismail since 2017
Michael Meneguzzi since 2011
Albert Wang since 2018
Martha Fell since 2013
It has been another incredible year of progress for our Limitless Campaign , despite unexpected challenges that came our way. While the COVID-19 virus placed us — and our construction project — into the realm of uncertainty, requiring us to be physically distant, maintaining connections and supporting one another helped keep our community strong. In these uncertain times, we needed each other more than ever before, and Havergal’s strong culture of togetherness showed us what we can accomplish collectively. This past year, our community stepped up in a very big way. Through the generosity of Havergal community members like you, we have surpassed the $18-million mark of the capital campaign, with our goal of $21 million very much within reach. The results of this landmark campaign have enabled us to create dedicated spaces for our students that inspire learning and support our tradition of excellence in girls’ education. As the doors to the new buildings opened this fall, we marked a new era at Havergal. Our wonderful new facilities make an enriching educational experience possible for young learners, helping to build confidence, inspire success and allow our students the ability to pursue their individual passions uninhibited. The College has a responsibility to educate and prepare graduates for a future beyond our ivy walls. Your support of the Limitless Campaign allows us to expand students’ minds, broaden their experiences and hone their capabilities both through an understanding of theoretical knowledge and through the development of practical skills. This vision can only be achieved through continued investment and support from the kind, generous members of our community — parents, grandparents, Old Girls, faculty, staff and friends. We cannot thank you enough for your commitment and belief in our work, as we strive to make a difference. On behalf of the students who will continue to benefit from your philanthropy, thank you again for your support of Havergal College.
Martha Cohen Simmons 1999 Co-Chair of the Havergal Limitless Campaign
David Dal Bello Co-Chair of the Havergal Limitless Campaign
Havergal College would like to thank Patrick & Fernanda Dovigi! Their $3-million transformational gift toward Havergal’s Limitless Campaign —the largest in the school’s history—has helped build new spaces to inspire learning, support girls’ education and shape the next generation of leaders.
Campaign Donor Story: Chris Pfaff & Carolyn Quinn Pfaff With their generous gift to the Limitless Campaign , Chris Pfaff and Carolyn Quinn Pfaff have made a major contribution to the sustainability of Havergal. They will give their names to the Upper School’s new parking lot—a natural choice, as Chris is President and CEO of Pfaff Automotive Partners, one of Canada’s leading luxury car dealers—along with Havergal’s first electric car-charging station, one of the many green features of the new LEED® Gold – certified building renovations. More importantly, they say their donation is an expression of gratitude to what the school has done for their daughter, and a desire to keep the College at the forefront of women’s education. Quinn Pfaff, age 7, was very excited to start Grade 2 this fall, according to her parents. “I have watched her grow from a shy three-year-old to a vibrant, eager little girl who skips into school every morning,” says Carolyn, executive director of Toronto Fashion Week. “I’m surprised on an ongoing basis by how much she knows and what she’s learning about.”
“I can’t say enough about how much she’s grown and developed,” says Chris, who sits on the Board of Directors for Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket, Ont. “She has made so many friends, developed new interests and has really been encouraged by her teachers to be inquisitive.” Amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ability for Quinn to partake in continuous learning at home has given the family a deeper appreciation for the school environment and its faculty. With the help of Quinn’s teachers, they were able to keep her progressing with core math and literacy learning, despite the lack of traditional in-class interaction. “We have so much respect and admiration for our teachers, even more than before,” Carolyn says. “They are excellent in their field and exceptional mentors. Talking to our friends at other schools has made me realize how lucky we are at Havergal.” The family says they chose the school for Quinn, who started in Junior Kindergarten, based on the recommendation of a family friend — a Havergal Old Girl — who went on to have a successful career in the business world. “She told me that every single day of her career, she has thought about how thankful she was for having gone to Havergal,” says Carolyn. “The confidence she has, coupled with the education she received, were incomparable and valuable contributors to her success in business.” Contributing to the Limitless Campaign , the couple says, will ensure other girls continue to receive the same benefits to last a lifetime. “It was an easy decision to invest in the school,” says Carolyn. “We wanted to help ensure Havergal continues to be a leader in girls’ education and prepares students with the best possible foundations for their future careers.” The family also hopes that the electric car-charging station will encourage more families to invest in the future of our planet, as well as their child’s education. “Many Havergal families are also some of my customers,” says Chris. “I want to educate consumers on the benefits of owning an electric vehicle, for example, lower maintenance costs. We estimate we’re going to be seeing a lot more of these vehicles in the next few years.”
Limitless Campaign Highlights
$ $ $ $ 4.3M Total amount raised in 2019 – 20 in annual gifts = + 724k *
3.6M in major commitments to the Limitless Campaign
21M GOAL PERCENT RAISED BY OUR COMMUNITY MEMBERS
OLD GIRLS 4%
Total raised to JUNE 30, 2020
* Represents pledges, one-time gifts received and $0.2M in verbal commitments.
While a portion of donations is used to fund campaign costs, The Havergal College Foundation is committed to directing the maximum amount possible toward the donor’s intended purpose.
Havergal’s Annual Fund Many opportunities are provided to Havergal students, thanks to the incredible donor support of our Annual Fund. The Annual Fund supports learning designed specifically for girls. Your donations fund enhanced learning spaces, experiential learning opportunities, bursary support and upgrades to our Athletics, Arts, Drama and Music programs, all of which equip our students with the skills needed to navigate a dynamic and uncertain world. We sincerely thank each individual who makes a gift, in whatever form that may take, to help us deliver an excellent experience that is unparalleled for our students. A gift today will ensure a strong, vibrant and relevant education for our students for years to come.
Please enjoy this glimpse into our donors’ impact on the school community!
Additional donor recognition lists can be viewed here.
Annual Fund Highlights
Old Girls Parents
OLD GIRLS PARTICIPATION
JUNIOR/UPPER SCHOOL PARTICIPATION
TOP 3 BEST IN CLASS 2019 – 20
OLD GIRL PARTICIPATION
raised by the CLASS OF 2020 79% of parents contributed
PARENT PARTICIPATION JUNIOR SCHOOL
PARENT PARTICIPATION UPPER SCHOOL
Senior Kindergarten 53%
Junior Kindergarten 56%
Grade 9 46%
Grade 12 79%
Grade 7 47%
Grade 3 55%
Donor Story: Murrell Family As former parents of two Havergal graduates, Taylor Class of 2015 and Jordan Class of 2020, we know first-hand the difference a Havergal education can make. Both of our girls emerged as prepared, confident graduates who possess the tools needed to embark on their post-secondary education and are well equipped to handle their future careers and whatever obstacles they may face. The year 2020 has presented challenges for everyone, but for many families across North America the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing social and economic inequalities. At Havergal, students are reminded that their voices have the power to drive action on behalf of, and support for, various communities. While we all acclimated to this unusual time, we were especially proud of our girls, not only for the leadership that Jordan displayed as School Captain during this unprecedented year, but also for those students and Old Girls who proudly spoke out and encouraged our community to get behind the movement to enact positive change toward equity and inclusion. We have also been impressed by the impact made by Principal Misson in providing and instituting efforts to improve Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) through training for both students and employees, as well as implementing a review of the curriculum for the Social Science, English and Religious Education programs to ensure a more comprehensive experience for students on their learning journey. We believe that these initiatives will offer the tools for students and employees to begin engaging more thoughtfully with one another. Words and behaviours matter, and we are confident that this DEI training will help bolster communication, and inevitably, strengthen the Havergal community. We share our thoughts on these impactful actions, as we feel they are formidable and will create a stronger community for us all. One way that our family chose to show our appreciation for this tremendous opportunity afforded to our girls was to become a consistent donor to the school’s Annual Fund, and most recently, by contributing to a scholarship which would allow an exceptional student access to a Havergal education. Havergal College has a strong tradition of legacy families, including those with more than three generations of family members who have attended the school. The Murrell family has every intention to continue in this tradition as well. As a family, we are committed to supporting Havergal in developing an inclusive community that nurtures future-ready graduates, thereby shaping a future that our family will be proud to be a part of.
Liza Murrell and daughter Jordan, Class of 2020
THE HAVERGAL COLLEGE FOUNDATION BALANCE SHEET
HAVERGAL COLLEGE CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
ASSETS $1,895,392 Cash and cash equivalents $29,298,968 Other investments $22,120
ASSETS (CURRENT) $26,306,722 Cash and cash equivalents $3,722,225 Tuition fees receivable $954,866 Other accounts receivable $375,171 Other $31,358,984 Total current assets $2,992,739 Deferred pension asset $61,088,174 Capital assets, net $95,439,897 Total assets
Accounts Receivable TOTAL: $31,216,480
LIABILITIES $0 Payable to Havergal College
FUND BALANCES $1,507,744 General Fund $3,065,937 Restricted Fund $26,642,799 Endowment Fund TOTAL: $31,216,480
LIABILITIES (CURRENT) $11,453,733 Accounts payable and accrued liabilities $27,009,912 Prepaid tuition fees $38,463,645 Total current liabilities $13,499,712 Deferred capital contributions, other liabilities
AS AT JUNE 30 OF EACH YEAR
GRANTS FROM THE HAVERGAL COLLEGE FOUNDATION TO HAVERGAL COLLEGE
$51,963,357 Total liabilities
During the year, The Havergal College Foundation made grants to Havergal College for the following purposes: $877,185 Student assistance $516,827 Program enrichment $1,711,096 Capital asset acquisitions TOTAL: $3,105,108
NET ASSETS $29,901,140 Unrestricted $13,575,400 Internally restricted $43,476,540 Total net assets $95,439,897 Total liabilities and net assets
AS AT JUNE 30 OF EACH YEAR
AS AT JUNE 30 OF EACH YEAR
HOW WE FUND HAVERGAL
HAVERGAL EXPENDITURES & CAPITAL RESERVES
REVENUE SOURCES 88% Tuition and one-time registration fee $34,311,537 4% Annual Giving and Endowment Fund income $1,394,012 4% Interest and other revenues $1,747,214 3% Gross revenues from Green & Gold Shop, Extended Day Program, facilities rentals, food service sales, etc. $1,075,747 1% Deferred capital contributions $601,846 TOTAL: 100% TOTAL: $39,130,356
ANNUAL EXPENDITURES 54% Teaching $21,232,143 5% Household and boarding $1,941,040 9% Building and property services $3,643,524 10% General and administrative $4,051,502 6% Advancement, Communications and Community Relations $2,180,136 4% Student assistance program $1,516,415 1% Auxiliary and retail operations $481,231 11% Amortization of capital assets and reserves $4,182,763 TOTAL: 100% TOTAL: $39,228,754
FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2020
FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2020
GREEN & GOLD SOCIETY
Allyson Whyte Nowak 1986 & David Nowak O Marianne Oundjian 1969 P Carolyn Quinn Pfaff & Chris Pfaff Q Min Li & Shuiguang Qiang S Catriona Ferguson & David Safran Debbie & Colin Simpson Linda Frum 1981 & Howard Sokolowski Nicole & Greg Southam Sarah Bull 1989 & Jeff Stock T Melinda Northway Thompson 1961 & John Thompson Wendy Thompson 1967 W
Linda Lin & Larry Li Maggie & Gary Lo P Stephanie Bloomfield
Soojin Min & Francis Kim Hye Joon Yoon & Dong Hyun Kim Jennifer Ocampo-King & Philip King L Yanni Cai & Lokhung Lee Erica & Mark Lepp M Fang Ji & Jeffrey Ma Roberta Minna & Glen McMillan Yuhua Hu & Sifa Mei Andrea & Marc Murnaghan N Jodi & Sal Napolitano Tori & David Newall O Jill Fraser 1987 & Richard O’Brien P Rebecca & Gregory Pardy Sue Ling & Benjamin Pham R Susan & Keith Reardon Brenda Robson S Betsey Chung & Jonathan Soon-Shiong Edwina Dick Stoate 1975 & Tim Stoate T Ashley Zhao & Guo Tuo V John Vaughey W Emma He Wang & Tony Wang Ann Woodland 1969 Ivy Wu Y Jian Xin & Bin Yang Z
& Andrew Pickersgill Krista Matheson & Sam Pollock R Stephanie Young 1986 & Brad Radin Juvy & Andrew Rogerson S Katie & James Salem Jennifer Gerdts & Alan Sellery Kate Sharpe 1982 Margaret Wei & Pei Shen Helen Feng & Fei Song T Diana & Peter Thomson Marie-France & John Toffoletto W Jane Wilson 1971 --- Anonymous (2)
GREEN & GOLD CHAMPION A Susan Ortved Armitage 1961 B Catherine Roche & Michael Book C Cathy Charles 1966* Cohen, Gelfand, Simmons, Weiner Families Nicole Smulders Cortellucci 1997 & Fabrizio Cortellucci D M. Michele Farrugia 1986 & David Dal Bello Patrick and Fernanda Dovigi Michelle Koerner 1983 & Kevin Doyle E Lynne Griffin & Jordan Elliott Srilata Raman & Christoph Emmrich F Elaine Zhang & Xiao Wen Fang Fiera Capital Corporation Michelle Lalonde & Derek Flood G Lorraine & Gordon Gibson Nancy Hanley & Kevan Gorrie Tanuja & Rajeev Gupta H Norman Hardie Mary Ellen & Michael Horgan Sunny Zhang & Yuanbin Hu K In Honour of The Kischner Family & Reinhold Lachs Ann Kerwin Sonja & Michael Koerner L Frederic Leigh M Eleanor McCain N Jodi & Sal Napolitano Sherri & Derek Neldner
Karen & Michael Wagman Chen Jin & Albert Wang Robert Williams Janie Wong 1997 Ruoyun Kong & Ge Wu Z Sally Zhou & Kevin Zhang --- Anonymous (4)
GREEN & GOLD PARTNER A Forbes Andersen Carolyn & Malcolm Archibald B Mary Bull 1974 C Emina & Daniel Cameron Shan Li & Chang Hong Cao D Wendy Kei & Kevin Daley Gregory David Lisa & Rod Davies Tony diCosmo
GREEN & GOLD BENEFACTOR A Lisa & Dany Assaf B Karen & David Bily Sherrie Berdusco
& Christopher Blackwell
Joey Bell Brown 1964 C Barbara Callander 1979 F Beth & Kevin Foley Jane Langford 1988 & J. Blair Freeman G Leela & Jason Gould K Dana & Michael Kalles L Mary Susanne Lamont 1964
Cheryl & Rob Douglas Nicki & Bryce Douglas G Danielle Miller & Jamey Gage Diana Porritt Greer 1953 & Donald Greer H Havergal College Parent Association J
Lin Fan & Kai Zhang Rui Liu & Xin Zhang Linhua Hu & Feng Zhou --- Anonymous (4) GREEN & GOLD PATRON A Sylvia Sutej & Peter Aceto Piat & David Allison Clare & Stephen Andersons Jenny & Tim Andison
Diane & Mark Jeffreys Xinxin Pei & Shan Jiang K Sarah & Ross Kerr
B Ildie & Dario Battista Gary Bluestein Maxie Bluestein 2013 Tara & Jeffrey Borg Eva & Michael Borland Alexandra Tinmouth & Michael Botha Andreana & Jeremy Brasseur Aine O’Flynn & Steve Braun Barbara Owen & Rob Brown Pam Bryant Elizabeth & Merrill Burton C Kara Brodribb & Mark Caiger Ying Zhou & Wei Cao Gina Re-Cardinale & Nick Cardinale Jacqueline O’Connor & Stuart Carruthers Anne Carter 1960 Emmy & Andrew Chau Sunny Song & Charlie Cheng MyungHee Kim & YoungHwan Cho Anna Woo & Paul Choy Erica Cirillo-Zizek & Christopher Cirillo Cathy Robinson Clark 1974 Christine Coutts Clement 1959 Loraine Burt & Michael Cooney Selby & David Copeland Kathleen McLaughlin & Tim Costigan Katherine Garinther & Paul Crake Camilla & Francis Csathy D Sara & Michael Da Rosa Kelly & Norm Danniels Elena & Peter Darmos Mary & Sven Dean Jacqueline Johnson Desoer 1949 Luisa Di Lorenzo 1979 F
Sarah Hodges & Nick Hooper Margo Van Gelder Howard 1948 Laura Luo & Sean Hu J Cheryl Ferguson Jamael & Paul Jamael Celia Johnson 1991 Jiwoo Jung K Noel Thun Karasin 1959 Monisha & Raj Katyal Heather Fisher Kennedy 1976 Aileen & Adeel Kheraj Hyun-Jung Jang & Tae Kyoung Kim Marilyn Ward King 1953 & Charles King Rosie & Sasa Krcmar Kathy Chan & Andrew Kuske L Sonia Armstrong Labatt 1956 & Arthur Labatt Leeye & Gordon Lam Joan Ellis Langdon 1947* Zhen Fang & Richard Lu Alysse Unger Luepann & Andrew Luepann Qing Wang & Jun Luo M Dorothy Vernon Macdonald 1956 & Ian Macdonald Margot Chapman Macdonnell 1984 & Hugh Macdonnell Deirdre Horgan MacLeod 1995 & Stephen MacLeod Louise Park MacMillan 1972 & John MacMillan Karina & Richard Mak Lauren & Corey Mandell Yahphen Chang & John Manning John Margie Josephine Accarrino & Giovanni Marotta Sandy Riddell Marshall 1969 Karen Cushing & William Martin Kirsten Weind & James Matthews Helen Vokas & Bradley McConnell Mary Helen & Mitesh Mehta Claudia & Douglas Miehm Catherine Lawrence 1977 & Jerome Morse Mountifield Charitable Foundation Lyane van Schaik-Munk & Dorian Munk Soon & Gary Lawrence Jennifer Dolman 1984 & Paul Lechtzier Steve Lee Tran Le & Eric Leung Ruth & John Ley Cathy Cai & Steven Li Ying Sun & Zhanjun Li Yvonne Guo & Elvin Liang Daisy Shen & Yuxiang Ling Shanshan Liu & Chunlei Lu
Liza & Frederick Murrell Melissa & Darren Myers N Janice & Jose Nazareno Tammy & Jason Neal Wakako & Akito Nishiwaki Katherine Gurney 1990 & André Nowakowski O Abolanle Ogunfowora Michelle Kim & Se Young Oh Benedicta & Charles Ohene-Darkoh P Tracy & Frank Panos Julia Gillespie Pantalone 1996 & Jason Pantalone Rene & Rocco Pantalone Yajuan Chang & Zejian Peng Maria & Carlo Perri Sumathi & Manoj Pundit Kathryn McCain 1969 & Jamie Pyper R Lea McNally-Rana & Jeffrey Rana Mirette & Boules Riad Sarah Riedlinger 2007 Jeannie Callum 1986 & John Risk Laurie & David Robinson Lynda & John Rogers Jane Wang & James Rong Roslyn & Frank Roth S Jacqueline Koerner 1978 & Robert Safrata Nancy & Alex Samarze Aila Makooli & Arash Sharifi Ruby & Samuel Siu Amy Gaskin 1986 & David Smith Anne Hamilton Smith 1955 & Gordon Smith Frances Black Strauss 2001 Ling Zhang & Jun Sun Nicole Beckmann Swales 1987 & Brian Swales T Maxine Wong & KT Tan Linda Fung & Godwin Tang Weiwei Fu & Peng Tang Vivian Ke & Homer Tien Jennifer Tory 1974 Tracy & Richard Tory U Irene Armstrong & Gintaras Uleckas Judy Ratcliffe 1952 Lois Dou & Jun Ren Helen Wu & Steven Shi Susan Ross Shone 1962 & Peter Shone Michael Simmonds Carrie & Peter Simon
Kendra Thompson 1996 & Ben Unsworth V Elena & John Vella Visa Inc. Nicola Von Schroeter 1984 & Douglas Craigola Von Schroeter W
Lydia Wakulowsky Ola & Stephen Wall Elisa & William Wang Jie Zhao & Gang Wang Lea Chen & Bo Wang Jade Wu & Jinfeng Wang Teresa & Yi Ting Wang Billie Bickle Wilder 1947 Donna Smythe Wilson 1995 & Dan Wilson Lisa & John Windover Irene Chai & Di Wu X Qi Nikki & Richard Xu Y
Lily Li & Xiaojun Yan Hong Yu & Tao Yang
Sheila Yuen & Simon Yang Jingxia Shi & Wenhui Yang Rebecca Wu & Bill Yang Marie-France Jobin-You & John You Madeline Huang & Eric Yu Chun Fang Zhan & Xiang Yang Yuan Wei Liao & Lingjun Yuan Z Margie Zeidler 1976 Shiyi Lu & Feng Zhai June Chuang & William Zhang Kan Li & Jian Zhang Dai Ying & Michael Zhao --- Anonymous (19)
Jennifer & David Farkouh Martha Merry Fell 1987 & Jacqueline Fell Pauline & Ron Ferguson Carole & Donal Finn Sarah & Simon Fitzpatrick Joan & Edward Fletcher Sachiko & Akio Furukawa G Judy & Ron Gage
Members of the Green & Gold Society make leadership gifts of $1,000 or more to the school in a fiscal year. The collective generosity of these donors provides us with a significant financial
Chenchen Feng & Chongtian Ge Susie Wright Gooderham 1974 & Michael Gooderham Suzanne Clapp & Jonathan Grant Cheryl Wein & David Gratzer Vivian & Robert Greenberg Renu & Samir Gupta H Carole Hall Dawn & Barclay Hancock Monique Jilesen & Perry Hancock Beverly Bruce Hargraft 1959 Shira Wood & William Hilson
contribution and helps inspire giving in others.
Thank you to each member of the Green & Gold Society for their support.
* Indicates Green & Gold Society donors who are deceased.
H Irene Hain 1946 Betsy Hall-Findlay 1968 Beverly Bruce Hargraft 1959 Mary Pratt Harlan 1959 Anne Lawrence Harrop 1983 & Bruce Harrop Judy Betteridge Haust 1971 Catharine Heddle 1989 Sandra Hooper Heldman 1985 & Theodor Heldman Gail & Jim Herder Kathie & David Hetherington Norah Hillary 1979 Marian Hoffmann 1998 Ann McCullagh Hogarth 1956 Mary Hahn Hogarth 1949 Maggie Houston-White Millie Hunter Margie King Huycke 1948 J Tina Jagdeo 1988 Celia Johnson 1991 Karen Johnson 1980 K Maxine McKenzie Kenny 1947 Ann Kerwin Marilyn Ward King 1953 & Wally King Heather Kitchen 1971 Eileen & Michael Kong L Sonia Armstrong Labatt 1956 & Arthur Labatt Mary Susanne Lamont 1964 Dorothy Lancaster Elizabeth Lancaster 1981 Jean Martin Lawrence 1951 Barbara Key Lea 1963 Cynthia Harding Leeper 1963 Joey Legate 1961 Deanne Conacher Leuty 1950 Penny Lash Lorimer 1954 Janet Cox Lumbers 1962 M
Roberta Minna & Glen McMillan Gay Mills McNeil 1966 & William McNeil Susan Scroggie Metcalf 1955 & Bob Metcalf Mary Elspeth Lougheed Milosh 1962 Annette Buchman Mincer 1982 Margaret Keens Morden 1960 Vanessa Morgan 1983 Barbara Trent Morris 1956 Susan Small Morton 1959 Anne Livingston Murray 1975 N Susan Watson Nelson 1952 & Jeremy Nelson Dale McIntosh 1992 & Garth Nichols Allyson Whyte Nowak 1986 & David Nowak Katherine Gurney 1990 & André Nowakowski O Marion McTaggart Oliver 1950 Kathryn Rusz Ortner 1979 & Richard Ortner P Margie Ryrie Pacini 1970 & Peter Pacini Maria & Carlo Perri Melanie Plet 1992 Mary Jean Borden Potter 1959 & Frank Potter Kathryn McCain 1969 & Jamie Pyper R Judith Floras Rance 1975 Judy Ratcliffe 1952 Mirette & Boules Riad Jeannie Callum 1986 & John Risk Jane Robinson 1970 Brenda Robson Natasha & Peter Rockandel Claudia Rogers Elizabeth Burnett Rolston 1955 Gillian & Bruce Ross Mary Rusz 1976 S Joan Robinette Sadleir 1949 Catriona Ferguson & David Safran Nancy & Alex Samarze Mary Lou Sherman 1973 Paul Shuebrook Carrie & Peter Simon Frances Mackay Simson 1973 Cathie & Peter Singer Susan Hamilton Sisam 1956 Ruby & Samuel Siu Libby Belton Skinner 1964 Kristen Skinner-Boyd 1991 Amy Gaskin 1986 & David Smith Anne Hamilton Smith 1955 & Gordon Smith Peggy Dykes Page Carly Pepler 1953 Betsy Bell Perkin 1961
Lillian Tang Smith 1988 & Jeffery Smith Lesley Smythe 1994 Kathy Weekes Southee 1970 Edwina Dick Stoate 1975 & Tim Stoate Roslyn Kaye Stollery 1966 Nicole Beckmann Swales 1987 & Brian Swales T Anita Fallis Taylor 1968 Nette White Thoman 1955 Melinda Northway Thompson 1961 & John Thompson Jennifer Tory 1974 Meghan Arthur Tupholme 1996 V Tanja Vlahovich 1996 W Sylvia & Leon Wein Sareena Ghulati Wildberger 1988 & Manuel Wildberger Billie Bickle Wilder 1947 Carroll Wistow Willer 1963 Robert Williams Patricia Hamilton Winter 1959 Anna Fong & Rick Wong Liz Woolley 1971 Diana Cook Wurtzburg 1948 X Winnie Situ & Mike Xie Y Madeline Huang & Eric Yu Z Lyn Hamilton Zacher 1958
A Susan Ortved Armitage 1961 B Anne Aitken Baker 1953 Dinnie Hogarth Baker 1982 Heather Barr Amy Lawson Beament 1950 Kathleen Bourke Bell 1959 Elizabeth de Jong & Geoff Benson Nancy Tregunno Berkhout 1978 Tara & Jeffrey Borg Kara Brodribb & Mark Caiger Wendy Robinette Calder 1953 Kathryn Caldwell 1978 Gina Re-Cardinale & Nick Cardinale Erin & John Carrique Cathy Robinson Clark 1974 Christine Coutts Clement 1959 Joanne Tolton Connolly 1954 Seonaid & Bruce Davis Missy Hart DeGeer 1959 Louise Sinclair Dennys 1954 Jacqueline Johnson Desoer 1949 Ann Waddell Dunlop 1966 E Diana Fishleigh Eaton 1948 Márta Ecsedi 1972 Kelly & Corbet Elder F Ann Woodrooffe Ferguson 1965 Alex Thun Frazee 1969 G Norma & James Gaskin Jennifer Parkin 1975 & David George Alison Farmer Gibson 1948 & Kerr Gibson Anne Gibson 1971 Lolly Gillen 1973 Diana Jacob Goad 1947 Susie Wright Gooderham 1974 & Michael Gooderham Sherrill & Colin Graham Amanda Brennan 2003 Joan Kalthoff Burt 1951 C Jackie Cooper 1983 Elizabeth White 1971 & Andrew Czernik D
Margie Zeidler 1976 Jessica & John Zufferli
Margot Chapman Macdonnell 1984 Ann Macdonald Macintosh 1949 Louise Park MacMillan 1972 & John MacMillan Janet Currie MacPhail 1979 & Steve MacPhail Beverley Clappison Maggiacomo 1963 & Paul Maggiacomo Judith Cory Mangoff 1959 Elizabeth Mason 1945 Carole Matear 1982 Eleanor McCain Ann Griffin McCall 1960 Elizabeth Richardson McCall 1985 & Andrew McCall Dinny McLaren McCraney 1965 Kari McCreath 1996 Carolyn McMaster 1964
The Ivy Society honours donors who have made a gift to Havergal each year for 10 or more consecutive years. We thank them for their unwavering dedication and commitment to the school.
Virginia Woods Grant 1962 Cheryl Wein & David Gratzer Diana Porritt Greer 1953 & Donald Greer
GIFTS FROM OUR OLD GIRL COMMUNITY
H Mary Hahn Hogarth M Ann Macdonald Macintosh S Joan Robinette Sadleir Adele Aziz Shamie Barbara Stanley Sinclair 1950 B Amy Lawson Beament H Colleen Henry Howard Jane Beatty Hunter L Deanne Conacher Leuty O Marion McTaggart Oliver W Pamela Ball Webster 1951 B Joan Kalthoff Burt E Isabelle Cox English L Jean Martin Lawrence M Betty Lawson McNeely Emily Barrett Molewyk 1952 C Shiela Forster Carter N Susan Watson Nelson R Judy Ratcliffe 1953 B Anne Aitken Baker C Wendy Robinette Calder D Betty Bunting Duffield G Diana Porritt Greer
H Jane Milne Harkness K Marilyn Ward King P Carly Pepler 1954 B Jean French Bell C Joanne Tolton Connolly D Louise Sinclair Dennys L Penny Lash Lorimer M Frances Bond McElroy W Margot MacLaren Watt 1955 M
1958 E Susanna Barker Evans W Tinks Thun Willauer Z Lyn Hamilton Zacher 1959 B Kathleen Bourke Bell Liz Cunningham Biedinger C Christine Coutts Clement D Missy Hart DeGeer G Ann Galley H Beverly Bruce Hargraft Mary Pratt Harlan K Noel Thun Karasin M Judith Cory Mangoff Susan Small Morton P Alice Payne Mary Jean Borden Potter V Anita Krische Von Graffen W Virginia Evans Walker Marilyn Metcalfe White Patricia Hamilton Winter 1960 C Anne Carter H Ann Hutchison L Barbara Rea Lemmon M Ann Griffin McCall Ruth Atkinson McDonald Margaret Keens Morden Jane Allport Mottershead R Joanie Kingsmill Roper
1940 Joan de Burgh Hicks 1942 Ann McKeough Carruthers 1944 Mary Clemes Ensor 1945 Elizabeth Mason 1946 H Irene Hain M Jane Carter MacDonald 1947 G Diana Jacob Goad K Maxine McKenzie Kenny L Joan Ellis Langdon* M Jane Northey MacKinnon W Billie Bickle Wilder 1948 E Diana Fishleigh Eaton G Alison Farmer Gibson H Mary Graham Hogarth Margo Van Gelder Howard Margie King Huycke W Diana Cook Wurtzburg 1949 D Jacqueline Johnson Desoer
Gladys Johnston Massey Susan Scroggie Metcalf R Elizabeth Burnett Rolston S Anne Hamilton Smith Frances Tregunno Sobrian T Nette White Thoman 1956 H Ann McCullagh Hogarth L Sonia Armstrong Labatt M Dorothy Vernon Macdonald Barbara Trent Morris S Susan Hamilton Sisam Z Mary-Frances Cockshutt Zeldman 1957 D Helenmaria Steiger Darker R Pamela Hooper Richardson
S Cynthia Thomas Smith Fran Smith Stronach 1961 A Susan Ortved Armitage D Lynne Cowan Devine L Joey Legate O Bobs Ongley P Betsy Bell Perkin S Judy Russell Strang T Sally Taylor Melinda Northway Thompson Jill Cumberland Trennum W Anna Whitley 1962 B Judith Johnson Bonham G Virginia Woods Grant L Janet Cox Lumbers M Sue Smith Magor Mary Elspeth Lougheed Milosh N Mary Davis Nelles S Susan Ross Shone 1963 D Sherry Taylor Drew L Jenny le Riche Barbara Key Lea Cynthia Harding Leeper M Beverley Clappison Maggiacomo N Honor Garland Nivin
W Carroll Wistow Willer 1964 A Marilyn Marshall Anderson B Joey Bell Brown C Di Nugent Cathro D Di Davies G Bonnie Bryce Gibson Mary Glendinning H Margot Kay Hillman L Mary Susanne Lamont M Anne Zurrer Martin Carolyn McMaster N Joanne Henderson Nelson R Andrea Moore Ritchie S Libby Belton Skinner Teresa Woods Snelgrove Sue Swan T Miki Toguri W Jane Watson Nancy Wells 1965 C Donna Morris Clarke E Catherine Eddy F Ann Woodrooffe Ferguson K Ele Johnson Kyle M Dinny McLaren McCraney 1966 C Cathy Charles*
D Karen Corlett Druker Ann Waddell Dunlop M Sharman Scoon McKinnon Gay Mills McNeil Joyce Evans Medweiash R Jane Ross S Roslyn Kaye Stollery T Barb Beatty Taylor 1967 C Paddy Johnstone Clark H Jane Lownsbrough Heintzman T Wendy Thompson 1968 H Betsy Hall-Findlay L Susan Lang M Rosemary Taylor McIntosh T Anita Fallis Taylor 1969 C Deborah Casey F Alex Thun Frazee K Margie Wright Knox M Sandy Riddell Marshall Kathryn McCain O Marianne Oundjian W Ann Woodland 1970 B Jill Bennett
C Judy Cameron H Lenora Hume P Margie Ryrie Pacini S Kathy Weekes Southee --- Anonymous (1) 1971 G Anne Gibson H Judy Betteridge Haust Kathie Pickup Hughes K Heather Kitchen W Elizabeth White Jane Wilson Liz Woolley 1972 A Anne Aziz E Márta Ecsedi M Louise Park MacMillan 1973 F Janet Frost G Lolly Gillen M Lynn Plummer Morse S Mary Lou Sherman Frances Mackay Simson Sally Southey 1974 B Mary Bull C Cathy Robinson Clark G Susie Wright Gooderham
K Alannah Campbell Kearns M Betsy Mills Q Cynthia Kane Quigley R Tricia Ralph Alwyn Robertson S Kelly Scott T Jennifer Tory 1975 P Jennifer Parkin M Anne Livingston Murray R Judith Floras Rance S Edwina Dick Stoate 1976 A Debbie Winspear Allan K Heather Fisher Kennedy M Hilary Meredith R Mary Rusz V Katherine Van de Mark Z Margie Zeidler 1977 B Doogie McDougall Bond L Catherine Lawrence 1978 B Susan Smithyes Benson Nancy Tregunno Berkhout C Kathryn Caldwell
H Gillian Hawker K Jacqueline Koerner V Cynthia Vining W Kirsten Walli 1979 A Robin Thomson Anthony C Barbara Callander Class of 1979 Reunion D Luisa Di Lorenzo H Norah Hillary M Janet Currie MacPhail R Kathryn Rusz Ortner Barbara Robertson-Mann Jane Ross S Miriam Smith Judy Lawrence Stirling T Jill Thompson --- Anonymous (1) 1980 J Karen Johnson P Lisa Poultney, RP T Pam Grogan Taylor 1981 F Linda Frum L Elizabeth Lancaster M Martha Goad McFarlane P Robin Harris Porter
1982 B Dinnie Hogarth Baker D Kathy Richardson Dingley G Lisa Grogan-Green M Carole Matear Annette Buchman Mincer S Kate Sharpe 1983 C Jackie Cooper H Anne Lawrence Harrop K Michelle Koerner L Eva Kowalski Langford M Vanessa Morgan O Kitty O’Flynn Carolyn O’Neill W Elizabeth Walli 1984 D Jennifer Dolman I Mardi Inglis M Margot Chapman Macdonnell S Alexandra Shandling Susan Carter Smith V Nicola Von Schroeter 1985 H Sandra Hooper Heldman M Elizabeth Richardson McCall R Melissa Ruth
1986 C Jeannie Callum G Amy Gaskin F M. Michele Farrugia L. Clair Fitzgerald N Allyson Whyte Nowak S Janet Scott U Anne Parkinson Ullman Y Stephanie Young 1987 B Beth Graham Burrows F Martha Merry Fell Jill Fraser S Nicole Beckmann Swales T Vic Tait W Sarah White 1988 J Tina Jagdeo L Jane Langford O Dawn Creber O’Dwyer P Linda Probyn R Sian Hollyman Raphael S Lillian Tang Smith W Trixie Bobrovniczky Wadson Heather Secord White Sareena Ghulati Wildberger
1989 B Sarah Bull D Deb Bassett Drysdale H Catharine Heddle M Tiffany Park Mason Jo-Anne Matear N Anne Noble 1990 A Kristin Andersons C Melissa Tabacoff Cavelti Sarah Coombs G Katherine Gurney L Gloria Lau Moonie Leon M Susie Macrae 1991 C Talya Christbason J Celia Johnson P Letitia Chan Peypoch S Kristen Skinner-Boyd 1992 B Ali Squires Bos D Rachel DeBlois Ana del Rosal Megan Brenneman Dickinson M Ayrlie MacEachern Dale McIntosh P Melanie Plet
1993 C Julie Crothers T Andrea Racansky Thomson 1994 B Aimee Beeston Lori Buchanan S Lesley Smythe 1995 A Mara Abols C Elizabeth Carr H Linda Hiraki M Deirdre Horgan MacLeod W Donna Smythe Wilson 1996 I Farah Ismail K Tamara Kerr M Kari McCreath P Julia Gillespie Pantalone T Kendra Thompson Meghan Arthur Tupholme V Tanja Vlahovich 1997 C Nicole Smulders Cortellucci K Mara Levin Kotansky O Vanessa Oliver S Kelly Crothers Smith W Janie Wong
1998 Marian Hoffmann 1999 S Rachel Jacobson Silver Kristi Soomer 2000 Alex Palombo Sollazzo 2001 K Angela Kan S Frances Black Strauss 2002 Julia Reid 2003 B Amanda Brennan Laura Burnes G Lou Ast Greaves W Ethel Cohen Weiner 2004 L Arakua Lamptey O Carey O’Connor --- Anonymous (1) 2005 A Kate Applin L Fiona Lau M Katie Matthews 2007 Sarah Riedlinger 2008 Carolyn Gooderham 2009 D Lauren Di Pede M Elizabeth McNeil Kate Moon
2010 Virginia Hetherington 2012 C Riya Chandaria M Emily Matthews Stephanie McCall McFarland N Edmee Nataprawira 2013 B Maxie Bluestein E Lexi Ensor 2014 Julia Duder 2016 Sydney Pottow 2017 Dina Curtosi 2018 C Ellen Coady Lauren Coady P Samantha Parker 2019 D Quinn Danniels H Rebecca Henry 2020 D Anika Dilawri F Jacqueline Fell
For generations, Old Girls have provided financial support to Havergal, particularly through endowment giving. Thank you to 364 Old Girls, who contributed to Annual Giving in 2019 – 20.
* Indicates Old Girl donors who are deceased.
Endowment Donor Story: Marianne Oundjian 1969 When Marianne Oundjian reflects back on her time as a student at Havergal, not only do fond thoughts of her teachers and classmates come to mind, but also the memories of the many extracurricular opportunities a Havergal education afforded, something which she values the most. “I recall the after-school music lessons way up in the tower; the Drama Club plays (I was in several and was even the lead!); the one winter our French class had a ‘Carnaval’ exchange with a school in Quebec City. There are so many memories which remain vivid, including those hot lunches in the dining room, the amazing Havergal Bazaar (presently known as Celebration Saturday) and all the remarkable teachers, each with their own unique character. It’s the blend of all these memories that remains embedded in my mind. What a rewarding experience!” This enriching experience was not one that ended after graduation for Marianne, but rather became a lifelong attachment to the school community and her classmates, which has now spanned over 50 years. Staying involved in the community has allowed her to see first-hand the impact that the modern campus expansions—made possible via the Limitless Campaign —have afforded students, faculty and staff. She has enjoyed visiting the campus to admire the way things have changed since her time as a student. “As I return from time to time, I marvel at the developments in infrastructure and in the inspirational teaching,” she says. “I’ve often mused about being a student again, having a back-to-school alumni learning week, living in the dorms...what fun!” Financial support has always been a way for Marianne to show her gratitude to the Havergal community. In 2010, she formed the Marianne Oundjian 1969 International Enrichment Fund , to provide students who demonstrate financial need with the opportunity to participate in international excursions.
“I wanted to give back to the school in a meaningful way, and the global experience inspired me to set up a fund to offer financial support to qualified students who wished to experience the adventure and excitement offered through foreign travel,” she explains. “The opportunity to learn from other cultures is invaluable.” Marianne knows the importance that bursaries and enrichment funds have not only on the College campus, but also on the future of our young people. She recognizes the Havergal tradition of philanthropy and emphasis that has been placed on students in recent years to pay it forward. “The Havergal community is well aware of the benefits of giving back and of offering opportunity to those talented young women who may be financially challenged,” Marianne says. “There’s nothing more rewarding than bringing a new-found joy to a young person’s face. If we can bring joy to even one, in a small way, we’ve accomplished our mission.” For more information on how you can support a student through a bursary or endowment fund, please contact Tony di Cosmo, Executive Director, Advancement & Community Relations, at 416.482.4704 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would like to thank you for all the opportunities you have provided me, thanks to your generous donation. Being at Havergal has truly changed my life for the better, and I am grateful every day to be able to attend a school like this. The memories I’ve made at Havergal are precious to me, and I hope that other girls can experience what I have. Grade 10 student ““ ” 42%
Value of Havergal College Endowment 2015 – 16 $20,913,233 2016 – 17 $23,509,803 2017 – 18 $25,147,121 2018 – 19 $26,136,190 2019 – 20 $26,642,799
AREAS OF SUPPORT
ASSISTANCE FOR STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVITIES
THE INSTITUTE AT HAVERGAL
OTHER ENDOWED FUNDS UNDER $25,000
TO BE DESIGNATED
PROPERTY & FACILITIES
$877,185 Financial aid/bursaries dispersed in 2019 – 20
Dispersed from class endowments in 2018 – 19
Classes have endowments for their year
Students (Grades 9 – 12) received financial aid/bursaries
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